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Ni na bian ji dian ()


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A watch salesman meets a young woman soon leaving for Paris and becomes infatuated, so he begins to change all the clocks in Taipei to Paris time.

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Hsiao-kang
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Shiang-chyi
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Mother
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Father
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Woman in Paris
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Man in Subway Station
Kuei Tsai ...
Prostitute (as Guei Tsai)
Arthur Nauzyciel ...
Man at Phone Booth
David Ganansia ...
Man at Restaurant
Chao-yi Tsai ...
Clock Store Owner
Kuo-Cheng Huang ...
Fat Boy
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Jean-Pierre / Man at the Cemetery

Directed by

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Ming-liang Tsai

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Ming-liang Tsai ... ()
 
Pi-ying Yang ... ()

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Chinlin Hsieh ... associate producer
Bruno Pesery ... executive producer (as Bruno Pésery)
Laurence Picollec ... producer

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Benoît Delhomme

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Sheng-Chang Chen

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Magalie Léonard ... color grader

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Tim Yip ... (as Kam Tim Yip)

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Michel Imbert ... location production manager

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Ming-Tai Wang ... assistant director
Vincent Wang ... first assistant director

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Bernard Bridon ... property master

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Shiang-Chu Tang ... sound
Duu-Chih Tu ... sound

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Julie Conte ... video assistant
Arnaud Gabriel ... second assistant camera
Xavier Tauveron ... first assistant camera

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Marie-Sylvie Caillierez ... extras casting

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Harold Manning ... location scouting

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Laurence Picollec ... financial director

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Plot Summary

When a young street vendor with a grim home life meets a woman on her way to Paris, they forge an instant connection. He changes all the clocks in Taipei to French time; as he watches François Truffaut's "Les 400 Coups," she has a strange encounter with its now-aging star, Jean-Pierre Leaud. Written by amirmu

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Also Known As
  • Et là-bas, quelle heure est-il? (France)
  • What Time Is It Over There? (World-wide, English title)
  • What Time Is It There? (World-wide, English title)
  • What Time Is It There? (Germany)
  • Futatsu no toki, futari no jikan (Japan)
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  • 116 min
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Trivia The sequence in the cinema takes place in the same venue as Goodbye, Dragon Inn (2003), and uses some of the same shots. See more »
Movie Connections Features The 400 Blows (1959). See more »
Quotes Woman in Paris: Oh, Taiwan. I've been there. It's fun.
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